Katie here! I’ve had a weird obsession with true crime since I was a girl. I remember watching forensic files by 10 (not your average Disney fan girl like ever). The funniest thing that ever happened to me was when I tried to write a research paper on Ted Bundy, at 13, it freaked my teacher out, she called my dad worried. My dad told her I wasn’t interested in things other people perceived as intriguing. He was right, and still was more than 10 years later. Part of me feels like I can solve these cases myself, so join me as I try to. Therapy (sorta) and mediocre comedy included. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/suspectpodcast/support
Warning : The amount of plot twists in this week's episode is too much to unpack. Literally.
A big shout out to my girl Delainey for responding to that "uh hey, you want to be on my podcast?", text. Much love.
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